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Arrigo Packers Mock v.15.0

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Arrigo’s Mock v.15.0

ROUND 1: Packers trade pick #23 to Dallas for the Cowboys 1st (#27) and 3rd round selection. The Packers then trade down with the Cleveland Browns. Packers sen pick #27 (round 1) for pick 38 (2nd round) and a pick in round 3 that the Browns own (pick 92 via the Jets).

ROUND 2 (PICK 38):Charles Brown-OT-USC: Brown is athletic and a perfect fit for a zone blocking scheme. He isn’t overly strong and will need to improve his run blocking, put he has a high ceiling. He would benefit from a year of being a back-up and learning the Packers offensive system. He could go late in round 1, but I hear he is more likely an early 2nd round guy.

ROUND 2 (PICK 56): Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss: I know McCluster wont slip to #56 right? But I think he does. He didn’t run the 40 time he expected to run at the combine. McCluster is a doing every thing football player that is tough, smart and instinctive. He fills multiple “needs” for the Packers including a 3rd running back, a 5th wide receiver and a kick returner. He can also line up as a QB in a “Wild Pack” formation. I have heard the Packers have met with him a few times in Mobile and have a big time interest in him. This kids’ personality is out of this world.

ROUND 3 (PICK 86): Morgan Burnett-SS/FS-Georgia Tech: A very solid football player who can play deep or play the strong side equally well. Very alert and instinctive. Great football IQ and his level of play goes up in big games. Good athleticism and agility with good hip rotation ability.

ROUND 3 (PICK 92): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah-CB/KR-IUP: The Packers seem to think Will Blackmon can be more than a dime back and still have high hopes for Pat Lee. With Owusu-Ansah he can be a special teams standout and contribute as a dime or 6th defensive back year 1. He has the skill set to be special, but some question his level of competition. He can also play a little safety as well.

ROUND 3 (PICK ???): Eric Norwood-OLB-South Carolina: With Aaron Kampman in Jacksonville and Brad Jones coming off a strong rookie year, Norwood would add depth to a position that could use some.

ROUND 4 (PICK 119) : Mike Johnson, G, Alabama: The Packers have Jason Spitz and Darryn Colledge at left guard, but neither set the world on fire (for a variety of reasons) in 2009. Johnson would be a very good fit for the Packers.

ROUND 5 (PICK ???) Jevan Snead-QB-Ole Miss: Snead was considered a lock for the first round going into his senior season, but he played poorly and his stock slipped. He surprised everyone by coming out early. He has a big time arm and ability but needs to be coached up.

ROUND 5 (comp pick): Zoltan Mesko-P-Michigan: The Packers have a need at Punter and Mesko will solve that. He can kick in the elements and has a very strong leg.


ROUND 6 (PICK ???) Walter Thurmond-CB-Oregon: A nasty knee injury ruined his 2009 season. Until then Thurmond was a high draft pick. I would select him and either PUP or IR him.

ROUND 7 (PICK ???) : Trindon Holliday-KR/WR-LSU: The 5’5 speed demon would be another return specialist. He is lightning in a  bottle and a player that could team with McCluster to form a lethal return duo.

Undrafted Rookie FA’s:

Joe Pawelek-ILB-Baylor
Mike Newton-FS-Buffalo
Eric Cook-C-New Mexico
Kelton Tindal-WR-Newberry
Stafon Johnson-RB-USC

Written by Joe Arrigo

March 11, 2010 at 12:29

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Packers Mock Draft v13.0

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Hello Packers fans. It’s time my Packers mock draft v13.0. You can review the 12 other mocks I have done below this version.

As I have stated in the past, I try not to speculate on who the Packers keep, trade, sign or cut/release. But this time I will. I am writing this with no “inside knowledge” or based off anything that I have heard through any of my sources. This is a mock based off my opinion and the current CBA situation (which looks as if there will not be a new deal by the March 5th deadline) . I also feel that the Packers will receive a 6th round comp pick for Colin Cole.

I think the Packers resign/tender: Nick Collins, Ryan Pickett, Tramon Williams, Aaron Kampman, Jason Spitz, Chad Clifton, Mark Tausher, Desmond Bishop, Derrick Martin, Will Blackmon, Anthony Toribio, Daryn Colledge and Johnny Jolly.

I don’t think the Packers resign and/or release: Donald Lee,  Jeremy Kapinos, Patrick Williams, Jarrett Bush, Josh Bell, Trevor Ford, Matt Giordano,  Brady Poppinga, Atari Bigby, Deshawn Wynn, Devin Frischknecht and Mike Montgomery.

Free Agent Signings:

Dunta Robinson-CB: Word is that Robinson doesn’t like the cold, but he knows Capers and his system (since Capers was his 1st head coach in Houston). Robinson is a player that would start opposite of Charles Woodson and allow Tramon Williams back into his nickle role, in which he thrives.

Antrel Rolle-SS: The Packers have a huge need at safety because Atari Bigby is often injured and a liability in coverage. Rolle is a safety with decent coverage skills and a playmaker to team with Nick Collins. He is a perfect fit for the Packers defense.

Mock Draft v13.0

Round 1: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland: Campbell has the skill set to be the best offensive tackle in this draft, but many think he came out a year to early. He would be a perfect player to replace Chad Clifton after he retires or gets injured. Campbell fills a huge “need” for the Packers.

Round 2: Perrish Cox- CB/KR- Oklahoma St.: Cox is one of the best, if not the best  playmaker at the cornerback position in this draft. He plays with flair and confidence. There are whispers that he is cocky, but he would be the dime back (until Al Harris is ready) and main return specialist for the Packers. He has star potential.

Round 3: Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss: McCluster is a doing every thing football player that is tough, smart and instinctive. He fills multiple “needs” for the Packers including a 3rd running back, a 5th wide receiver and a kick returner. He can also line up as a QB in a “Wild Pack” formation. I have heard the Packers have met with him a few times in Mobile and have a big time interest in him. This kids’ personality is out of this world.

Round 4: Morgan Burnett- S- Georgia Tech: I know, still no linebacker, but Burnett is a player that I feel could be a starter down the road and to good to pass up. He has nice tools and could start down the road but for the time being, he would be an excellent special teams player.

Round 5: Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy: Sheffield projects as a perfect 3-4 rush linebacker. He still needs to work on some things, but he has a great first step and just makes plays. He could be another starter in a couple years.

Round 6 ( A ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA): A playmaker that has it all and is an outstanding return man. He is a ball hawk that may rise up draft boards after the combine but is coming off an injury. He has great size and speed and would be a welcome addition the Packers secondary. I see him as a 5th CB, back up free safety and a returnman.

Round 6 ( B ):  Nathan Overbay- TE- Eastern Washington: A kid who’s game is well-rounded and could be a find late in the draft. He would be the 3rd tight end on the Packers, but a player that could develop into a decent number 2 down the road.

Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St.: Robinson is a raw prospects with some nice tools. He ran a “spread offense” at OSU but flashed enough to have the Packers liking him a lot. He would benefit by learning under Mike McCarthy and Tom Clements.

Mock Draft 12.0

Round 1: Kyle Wilson- CB- Bosie St.

Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 3: Dexter McCluster-RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss

Round 4: Rodger Saffold- OT- Indiana

Round 5 ( a ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 (  b ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6: Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green

Round 7: Michael Hoomanawanui- TE- Illinois

Mock Draft 11.0

Round 1: Mike Iupati- OL- Idaho

Round 2: Perrish Cox- CB/KR- Oklahoma St.

Round 3: Dexter McCluster- RB/WR/KR- Ole Miss

Round 4:  Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB/FS- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 ( a ): Myron Rolle- SS- Florida St.

Round 5 ( b ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6: Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green

Round 7: Jimmy Graham- TE- Miami

Mock Draft 10.0

Round 1: Jahvid Best- RB- Cal

Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 3: Rodger Saffold- LT- Indiana

Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 ( a ): O”Brien Schofield- OLB- Wisconsin

Round 5 ( b ): Freddie Barnes- WR- Bowling Green

Round 6: Joique Bell- RB- Wayne State (MI)

Round 7: John Skelton- QB- Fordham

Recap of Mock  9.0

Round 1: Taylor Mays- S- USC

Round 2: Donovan Warren- DB- Michigan

Round 3: Rodger Saffold- OT- Indiana

Round 4: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 5 ( a ): Joique Bell- RB- Wayne State (MI)

Round 5 ( b ): Trindon Holliday- WR/KR- LSU

Round 6: Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 7: Stafon Johnson- RB- USC

Recap of Mock 8.0

Round 1: Jahvid Best- RB- Cal

Round 2: Selvish Capers- RT- W. Virginia

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: Barry Church- SS- Toledo

Round 5 ( A ): Vince Oghobaase- DE/DT- Duke

Round 5 ( B ): Zoltan Mesko- P- Michigan

Round 6: Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 7: Trindon Holliday- WR/KR- LSU

Recap of Mock 7.0

Round 1: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland

Round 2: Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon

Round 5 ( A ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina

Round 5 ( B ): Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 6: Kelton Tindal- WR- Newberry

Round 7: Greg Middleton- DE- Indiana

Recap of Mock 6.0

Round 1: CJ Spiller- RB- Clemson

Round 2: Charles Brown- OT- USC

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: Barry Church- SS- Toledo

Round 5 ( A ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina

Round 5 ( B ): Arthur Moats- OLB- James Madison

Round 6: Kelton Tindal- WR- Newberry

Round 7: Greg Middleton- DE- Indiana

Recap of Mock 5.0

Round 1: C.J. Spiller- RB- Clemson

Round 2 ( A ): Jerry Hughes- OLB- TCU

Round 2 ( B ): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 3: Kurt Coleman- SS- Ohio St.

Round 4: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon

Round 5 ( A ): Rodger Safford- OT- Indiana

Round 5 ( B ): Matt Dodge- P- East Carolina

Round 6: Brandon Deaderick- DE- Alabama

Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

Recap of my Mock 4.0:

Round 1: Taylor Mays- SS- USC

Round 2 ( A ): Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech

Round 2 ( B ) : Mike Johnson- OL- Alabama

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4 ( A ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 4 ( B ): Alex Carrington- DE- Arkansas St.

Round 5: Taylor Price- WR- Ohio

Round 6: Michael Smith- RB- Arkansas

Round 7: Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St

Recap of my Mock 3.0:

Round 1: Taylor Mays- S- USC

Round 2: Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech

Round 3: Bruce Campbell- OT- Maryland

Round 4: Chris Scott- OT- Tennessee

Round 5: Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy

Round 6: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon

Round 7: Brandon Banks- WR/KR/PR- Kansas St

Recap of my Mock 2.0:

Round 1 (mid/late): Chad Jones- S- LSU

Round 2: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA):

Round 3: Joe McKnight- RB- USC

Round 4: Kyle Calloway- OT- Iowa

Round 5: Eric Decker- WR- Minnesota

Round 6: LeGarrette Blount- RB- Oregon:

Round 7: Isiah “Juice” Williams- QB- Illinois

Recap of my Mock 1.0:

Round 1: (mid/late round ): Joe McKnight- RB- USC

Round 2: Ciron Black- OT- LSU

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA)

Round 4: Myron Rolle- S- FSU

Round 5: Davis Gettis- WR- Baylor:

Round 6: Ryan Perrilloux- QB- Jacksonville St.

Round 7: Allen Bradford- RB- USC

Written by Joe Arrigo

February 24, 2010 at 23:37

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My Green Bay Packers Mock Draft

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As the Green Bay Packers season has reached the half way point, I will attempt to do (another) mock draft. I normally do mocks on the websites I post at, but I wanted to do one in “The Locker Room”.

I also normally don’t project signings or trades but I will add one in this mock draft because I believe it (the trade) will happen. I don’t know if the team will be right, but I think the compensation will be.

I also believe the Packers will be picking in the 10-15 range in the draft. 

Here we go…..

Coaching changes:

I think Mike McCarthy will be back but he also will have to make a few coaching changes.

Out: Joe Philbin (OC), James Campen (OL), Jerry Fontenot (Asst. OL), Shawn Slocum (ST)

In: Bruce Matthews (OL), Bobby April (ST), Brian Schottenheimer(OC/Asst HC)

Trade: Aaron Kampman to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 2nd and 4th rounder.

Signing: Marcus McNeill- LT- San Diego Chargers: I know, I know Ted Thompson won’t spend money in free agency, but even Thompson knows his best of winning is with Aaron Rodgers upright and McNeill would help him out in that department.

Mock:

Round 1:  

Taylor Mays- SS- USC: Big, fast, strong, instinctive safety that has the work ethic to go along with his freakish skills. His play as a senior has not been as good as his junior complain, but he also has two new starting corners and a trio of first time starting linebackers. He will be more of a playmaker on the pro level than in college.

Round 2 ( A ): Jonathan Dwyer- RB- Georgia Tech: Dwyer is a running back that has a bowling-ball body. Dwyer is a north South runner with top end speed but it is his field vision and cut back abilities that set him apart from most. Playing in Paul Johnson’s spread offense has helped his stats, but may hurt his stock.

 

Round 2 ( B ) : Mike Johnson- OL- Alabama: Johnson can play either guard ot tackle. Most scouts believe that he has the footwork to be a LT in the NFL. I believe that he wold be an All Pro guard. He is a winner and plays with the type of intensity the line lacks.

Round 3: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah- CB- Indiana (PA): A big, fast, physical corner that also returns kicks and punts. He is a playmaker that some project as high as a second rounder. The Packers were at his game on 11/8. He has five special teams touchdowns this season on returns so far.

Round 4 ( A ): Cameron Sheffield- OLB- Troy: Another of Troy St.’s outside linebackers that can get to the passer. Not as good as DeMarcus Ware, but a poor man’s version and in time could be a very good 3-4 rush backer.

Round 4 ( B ): Alex Carrington- DE- Arkansas St.: This kid’s stock is going up. He can do it all, stop the run and rush the passer. He has good size, 6’5, 284 lbs and is strong. By the way, he runs a 4.7 forty as well.

Round 5: Taylor Price- WR- Ohio- A big kid (6’1, 205) with sub 4.4 speed. He is a sleeper and is having a decent year for the ‘Cats. Would help on special teams and depth at wide receiver.

Round 6:  Michael Smith- RB- Arkansas: The small (5’6, 180 lbs) but fast (4.37) Smith is a do everything back. He can return kicks and punts, catch the ball well and run away from defenders. His size is his biggest knock, but he is a playmaker that is for sure.

Round 7:  Zac Robinson- QB- Oklahoma St: He is a dual threat quarterback, but he needs to show he can play under center. He would provide the Packers with a QB that could play in a “Wild Pack” offense.

Written by Joe Arrigo

November 11, 2009 at 15:59

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Packers Could Be Active At NFL Trade Deadline

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Well, on Tuesday October 20th, it will be the NFL trade deadline. Unlike the NBA and Major League Baseball it is less likely to have a blockbuster deal on deadline day. But this year it seems that there are a lot more whispers about possible deals that could go down. One team whose name keeps coming up is the Green Bay Packers.

Ted Thompson will never be confused with “Trader (insert name here)”, but it is not because of lack of effort. Last year he nearly obtained former Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez, but then Chiefs G.M. Carl Peterson tried to strong arm a second round pick for Gonzalez, instead of the agreed upon third rounder with under 10 minutes to go. Thompson backed out of the deal.

This year much has been said about the Packers poor offensive line, lack of running game and strong safety issues, so I placed a few calls to see what was being talked about or in G.M. speak, “doing their due diligence” .

Here is what I heard thus far:

Steven Jackson to the Packers for Ryan Grant, a 2nd in 2010 and a conditional pick in 2011 (either a 3rd or 2nd depending on Jackson’s production):

I had 3 different sources telling me that this deal is a “no brainer” for both teams. Jackson would provide the type of running back Mike McCarthy wants, a power runner that can be an every down back and go the distance anytime he touches the ball.

Some in the Packers organization do not feel Grant will ever get his “magic” back from 2007 and they think this will be his last year in Green Bay. 

The Rams are a team in full rebuild mode. Jackson would be approaching his 30’s by the time the Rams would be a contender again and is wasting in St. Louis.  With a second rounder in 2010 and the conditional pick in 2011 they would be able to add valuable draft picks to rebuild. Grant would give them a running back who they could use on first and second down and may benefit from a change of scenery.

Cincinnati Left Tackle Anthony Collins for Aaron Kampman.

I don’t see this happening but from what I understand it was talked about and reported on SI.com as one of their 10 trades that should happen.

Collins would provide depth at the left tackle position, but Kampman is a Pro Bowl player, unlike Collins. Yes Kampman has not had the type of impact in Dom Capers 3-4 defense and he is a free agent at the end of the year, but he is to talented for this deal.

Carolina Defensive end Julius Peppers for Kampman:

Peppers wants out of Carolina, he wants a new deal and he wants to go to a team that runs a 3-4 to play outside linebacker. It was rumored in the off season that the Packers and Panthers were talking about a Peppers for Kampman deal, but nothing ever materialized.

This deal would make sense in a lot of ways for both teams, but like Kampman, Peppers is a free agent after the season and unlike Kampman, he wants “Haynesworth” type money.

Shawne Merriman for a for a 2nd round pick in 2010 and a conditional pick in 2011 or a player. The Packers would want a window to get a new deal done with Merriman if they agree on compensation:

Merriman is a free agent after the season and does not like Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith and from what I hear, the feeling is mutual. The Chargers drafted Larry English in the first round just  incase Merriman decides to “bolt” after the season.

With Merriman not showing the same burst so far this season (partly because of a strained groin) and with Merriman calling out Smith recently, trade talks have “heated up” regarding Merriman. He would provide the type of pass rusher the Packers need in their 3-4 defense.

The Packers have talked to the Rams about Chris Long. This deal makes sense, but I am not sure how serious either side is. In this deal the Packers would trade Aaron Kampman and a 2nd round pick for Long and the Rams 3rd round pick in 2010. Long has not “fit in” in the 4-3 like the Rams have hoped and is not the starter while the same could be said for Kampman in the Packers 3-4.

Keep this in mind, Chris Long was an outside linebacker at the University of Virginia and played his entire college career as a 3-4 linebacker.

The Packers have talked to Oakland about a variety of players. Michael Bush, Michael Huff and Darren McFadden namely.

The Raiders want a 1st, Brandon Jackson and another player for McFadden, which is to rich for the Packers (and I don’t think Oakland, I mean Al Davis wants to deal him).

As for Huff I was told a 3rd or 4th could land him and the same price could possibly land Bush.

Finally, the Packers talked to Browns about Joe Thomas. The price for Thomas is to high and he won’t be moved from what I was told.

Get ready for more and more rumors until the trade deadline passes on Tuesday. But please remember this, there are a lot of deals that are talked about and never done, like Marcus Allen to the Packers for Brian Noble in 1992. These are rumors, NOT facts, so please don’t kill the messenger.

Written by Joe Arrigo

October 14, 2009 at 21:37

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Friday Night Lights Scoreboard 9-18-09

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Last night I said I would get more into high school football as the year goes on. I will cover recruiting, signing day and of course the games under the friday night lights. Well, here is the scoreboard courtsy of http://maxpreps.com. Keep in mind this is theirTop 25.

No. 1 St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)- Idle

No. 2 Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) -85  Woodland (Dorchester, S.C.) – 8- Byrnes had 413 yards of offense and 58 points in the first half.

No. 3 Elder (Cincinnati, Ohio) – 23 La Salle (Cincinnati, Ohio) – 13 

No. 4 Smith (Chesapeake, Va.) – 34 King’s Fork (Suffolk, Va.) – 0- Former NY Giants QB Phil Sims son is the QB for Smith. Phillip Sims threw for 219 yards and a score.

 No. 5 Lowndes (Valdosta, Ga.) – 31 Colquitt County (Moultrie, Ga.) – 6
No. 6 Central (Miami, Fla.) – 63 Miami Beach (Fla.) – 0- Central posted its third straight shutout

No. 7 DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) – 45 Friendship Collegiate Academy (D.C.) – 12

No. 8 Cedar Hill (Texas) – 47 Martin (Arlington, Texas) – 39 

No. 9 Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) – Idle

No. 10 Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) –  28 No. 12 Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) – 25-  Oaks Christian  outdueled Skyline in a nationally-televised showdown on ESPN.

No. 11 Curtis (River Ridge, La.) – 24 Salmen (Slidell, La.) – 23

No. 13 Centennial (Peoria, Ariz.) – 24 Brophy College Prep (Phoenix, Ariz.) – 12- Centennial upped its winning streak to 30 in a row

No. 14 Madison Central (Miss.) – Idle

No. 15 Northwestern (Miami, Fla.) – 42 Hialeah-Miami Lakes (Hialeah, Fla.) – 20

No. 16 Longview (Texas) – 24 Lufkin (Texas) – 28
 

No. 17 Servite (Anaheim, Calif.) – 38 Crespi (Encino, Calif.) – 28
No. 18 St. Xavier (Cincinnati, Ohio) – 43 Trinity (Louisville, Ky.) – 7

No. 19 Stony Point (Round Rock, Texas) – Idle

No. 20 Highlands (Fort Thomas, Ky.) – 36 Boone County (Florence, Ky.) – 14

No. 21 Grayson (Loganville, Ga.) – 27 South Gwinnett (Snellville, Ga.) – 16

 

No. 22 Bishop McDevitt (Pa.) –  Central Dauphin East (Harrisburg, Pa.) – Saturday (9/19)
 

No. 23 St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) – 42 Jordan (Los Angeles, Calif.) – 21

No. 24 Jenks (Okla.) – 41 Owasso (Okla.) – 3
No. 25 Butler (Matthews, N.C.) – 38 West Charlotte (Charlotte, N.C.) – 7

Other Notable Scores

West Monroe (La.) – 35
Richwood (Monroe, La.) – 0

Greenwood (Ark.) – 54
Shiloh Christian (Ark.) – 51

Maine South (Park Ridge, Ill.) – 63
Maine West (Des Plaines, Ill.) – 0

Memphis University (Memphis, Tenn.) – 20
Olive Branch (Miss.) – 12

Hutchinson (Kan.) – 55
Maize (Kan.) – 0

Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.) – 49
Mountain Ridge (Glendale, Ariz.) – 7

Independence (Charlotte, N.C.) – 40
Vance (Charlotte, N.C.) – 7

I have to add these two scores since I attended both schools:

Upland High School (Ca) 21 @ Serrano High (Ca) 18- The Highlanders, ranked #37 in the state, improve to 3-0. The Scotts travel to Eastlake high on 9/25.

Crescenta Valley (Ca) 21 @ Sain Francis (Ca) 28- The Falcons and head coach Tony Zarillo (Coach Z) fall to 1-1. CV plays rival La Canada 9/25.

 

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September 19, 2009 at 11:57

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